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apparently. >> back here. cal-trans today appointed the first woman to be the state chief engineer. carla will be responsible for all engineering aspects of the department construction projects across the state. she will oversee 9,000 employees and annual budget of nearly 2 billion dollars. she has been with cal-trans for 26 years. >>> times person of the year will be known tomorrow but 2 ceo from silicon are among the fineist. yahoo and apple found e o are in the running. an cook replaced steve jobs last year when the former ceo passed away. the other 6 nominee include president obama. bill and hilary clinton. egyptian president morsi and undocumented americans. we shall find out tomorrow. >> come up. major step toward equity for women in the military. the decade long ban on its way toward being lifted. >> plus. i'm if sacramento. in response to the connecticut shooting state lawmakers introduced more gun control la laws. state treasurer wants to pull investment money from gun manufacturing firm wlichlt do you think it will go at this point. >> i have no further comment. >>re
tris with levels higher than permitted in california. >> cal football has a new head coach. the golden bears have hired louisiana tech coach sonny dayaks in hopes that the offense mastermind can revive a program that is struggling in recent years under the fired jeff tedford. dykes will formally be introduced at a news conference later on today. he had a 22-15 record with the bulldogs, averaging just under 36 points and four in a 52 1/2 yards per game in his tenure. he takes over a cal team that when three- nine this past season and missed a bowl for the second time in three years. 6:42 a.m. is a time we will be back with more. we will talk about apple the big drop. crop is still a big fan of the stock we will s robb is still a big fan of the stock we will it is very affordable and the players are acceptable. it is like you are involved in the game. >> ryan is a good part of our team. you will see right and enables you a form. come here to watch professional hockey. can we go skating a bit. >> for more information call to s f [ female announcer ] for those who love sweets, your season
now. an overnight manhunt, at cal state fullerton, is over, lasting over 12 hours during the night, after the university went on lockdown. s.w.a.t. teams spent the night looking for two robbery suspects who led police on a wild chase, after holding up a jewelry store and shooting an employee. at least one of the men was spotted in a university building last night. police slowly went door-to-door until giving the all-clear around midnight. during the ordeal, students tweeting pictures from the scene. you could see them in dark classrooms. some using tables and chairs to barricade themselves. the cal state website says things will be back to normal, beginning this morning. >>> well, john mcafee's legal saga has taken another turn this morning. the software pioneer is back in the u.s., after the guatemalan government deported him. mcafee arrived in miami last night and then spoke to reporters from his hotel in south beach. he told abc news that he lost everything in belize, $20 million in investments and about 15 properties. adding that he is now virtually penniless. >>> and in washin
saturday. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >>> 6:03. cal-state fullerton announced this morning classes will go on as schedule even though the campus was locked down until after midnight the search for a robbery suspect triggered the rock down yesterday afternoon a man into the building moments after a car chase ended. text alerts urged most students to shelter-in-place. some spent eight hours hiding and tweeting. police caught three others but not the man who ran even -- who ran on to campus. >>> the archdiocese is conducting prayer services for four victims this morning, they include 26-year-old steven read who died after he was found sunday night. bound, beaten and shot, he was dating an 18-year-old found along side him, also found and beaten she is expected to survive. reid was from georgia and planned on moving here. investigators say reid and the woman were targeted and attacked by a group of acquaintances. three women and two men are in custody. >>> san francisco police sergeant finds himself being investigated after a facebook posting that shows a dangerous illegal stunt on city streets
's official. cal has a new head football coach. >> plus an 18-foot fadeaway. the buzzer beater and our play of the day. >> finally drying things out around the bay area, lots of snow in the sierra nevada the last week or so. plenty of it if you want to go up there and it should be great travel conditions. here's your snow report: we'll have more on your weather coming up next. ,,,,,,,, you won't take my life. you won't take our future. aids affects us all. even babies. chevron is working to stop mother-to-child transmission. our employees and their families are part of the fight. and we're winning. at chevron nigeria, we haven't had a reported case in 12 years. aids is strong. aids is strong. but we are stronger. and aids... ♪ aids is going to lose. aids is going to lose. ♪ >>> we have clouds rolling through the bay area but it looks like it is going to stay dry. partly cloudy though into the afternoon. but no rain. we'll have more of that coming up. >>> and we have some surface street problems in san francisco but the good news traffic in the south bay is quiet. no delays along 101. tr
was, is there any chance with all the other news with the fess cal cliff, with everything else that, we can sustain the level of outrage long enough for a task force to produce legislation that can pass? >> i think if it was ever going to happen, it will happen now. we're seeing things we have never seen the president do, and we're seeing thing in congress we haven't seen quite at this level. i mean, the president for the first time in his entire time in the white house is actually talking about gun control, period. that alone is progress. the only things he has done to date in the white house were to pass two laws that actually expanded gun rights. >> right. >> now he has a task force. it's led by joe biden. he has already convened it twice. he has met with law enforcement officials, with mayors, and more excitingly, you've got people on the hill already announcing bills that are going to put forward on day one of the new congress. we've got senator feinstein proposing an assault weapons ban. we've got someone else with a high capacity ammunition clips. think it's maybe lautenberg,
and cal train and help reduce the emissions on the transportation side this way and not just our environment and lastly we looked how can we encourage private sector investment and new and the city can't do this on its own. we need to work with the private sector and leverage this and that could be look at programs to reduce the cost of and expand clean energy financing and with pace and other mechanisms, pursuing third party ownerships and partnerships to develop more renewable energy. levering caa and and to the fee and tariff and having this set of customers under cca and guaranteed off takers the renewable power for years to come you can assure to the developers there is the market to sell into and thereby help them to get financing and get projects on the ground and supporting clean investments. for example by working with the pension and retirement funds to use some portion of the portfolios to go towards these programs and demonstrations on public property and that's been started already on clean power sf. we have almost 40 members in total and it's a fantastic group an
a hole. they tore through the wall and cal in. >> what? >> what's going on? >> i could even see maybe they don't want to be in the view of a window, but i don't see any windows in this interior office. >> no. at one point one of them gets locked outside the room they are trying to rob. they try to h the sa they try to steal the coins. they pull it away and look what happens. the bottom of the trash can falls out, coins go everywhere. regroup, put everything in a box and get away. leaving us with a clear shot of their faces. >> in this case going to a watery grave isn't a bad thing. >> give something else other than a reef to go look at. >> you're seeing neptune memorial reef, four miles off the coast of south beach, miami. it's an underground cemetery. >> like if i pass i can request to be buried in this underground cemetery. >> you bet. your cremated remains will be placed in one of 200 plots among these 44 different columns and statutes that they have underneath. it almost looks like atlantis. divers love this spot. it was originally created in 2007 and since then it has turned into
was struck and killed by a cal train about 2 hours ago on the tracks at the hay wood park station. this is 12th fatality on the cal train tracks. last year 16 fatalities. trains now run about 5 minutes late because of the slow speed required in the area. northbound track has not yet been reopened. >>> well now to louisiana. tornado scoops up a truck and tosses it on to a nearby car and it is all caught on tape. and it turns out there was someone inside that pick up and he survived. story now from abc rob nelson. >> look closely. tiny speck floating across the video is actually a massive ford pickup truck. >> truck just started bouncing. >>reporter: while you can't see him jerry million let is inside on the ride of his life. >> i thought i'm dead. i see it but i'm really dead. >>reporter: he was making delivery in louisiana monday when a tornado blew through flattening sections of the fire station before sending his truck airborne. look again. you can see the wind sling him into the sky twirling him several times smashing the truck on to another one parked nearby. >> i do
clinched a spot in the nfc wilson's touchdowns put him cal's lynch added 111 yards rushing and a 24-yard td run sherman returned a block interception for the kaepernick and the 49ers noise echoing around for a miserable 49th birthday for 49ers coach jim harbaugh. congress sunday on reaching talks resume to try and the megayacht that steve after a payment disputethe venus, a $137.5 million, 260-foot-long yacht, made october. it's currently stuck in the port of amsterdam after the designer, philippe starck agency to attempt to remit the final payment for his design. according to lawyers at starck's design company, the designer has only received 6 million of the 9-million- euro commission and is payment before the venus will be released. as santa prepares to make his big journey. kids and adults all over the world can track his progress onbut that's not the only place people can go to see one of our viewers. as rain poured into a hillsdale mall parking lot. you can see it rushing down to partially flood. in the south bay. ther were reports of sporadic flooding all around pounded the area. news
. >>> in overnight news a campus lockdown at cal state fullerton has been lifted. students and professors were finally allowed to leave their dorms and classes just before midnight. they had been inside since four yesterday afternoon as police searched for armed men believed to be hiding on campus. >>> we are learning more about the victims and the shooter in the oregon mall shooting. the gunman was 22-year-old jake object tyler roberts, a former girlfriend said he had quit his job, sold all his possessions and told her he was moving to hawaii. she said he never showed any signs of being violent. his mother said she has no explanation or understanding for her son's behavior. he is a accused of killing a man and a woman and wounding a 15-year-old girl at the town center near portland. the man, was a married business owner and father of two. the woman a hospice nurse, the girl is recovering from surgery after being shot in the chest. >> new this morning, holiday help for needy families. a program where students are paired up with other students. tara is at sycamore elementary. the kids are lear
a solution maybe, suze, we will see these markets get a t more volatile >> real cal mrket oeral on this friday, in our market focus we did see the major indy the major stock indices saw small losses again today, but continued to trade in narrow ranges. the s&p 500 spent the entire session in negative territory, getting no buying momentum from the drop in consumer inflation. the worst level of the day came less than an hour before the closing bell with the index finishing down 0.4% volume was 672 million shares on the big board. 1.8 billion on the nasdaq. today's drop erased the gains for the week. the dow fell 0.2% thiseek. e nasdaslped thsame. and the s&p 500 is 0.3% lower tonight compared to a week ago. the technology sector led the losers, falling one percent. the sole sector in the green was the materials sector, up 0.9%. apple was one of the culprits of the weakness in the market. hitting the stock today was a research note from investment bank jefferies indicating some apple suppliers have received cuts in their orders. it could be an indication production bottlenecks for
water. it will be a diluted amount for the first two years. >>> students at cal state east bay are hoping a video will help. stupidities made a video -- students made a video to let them know what their rights are. they say wage theft is a big problem. the video tells workers to record information like the employer's name, license plate numbers numbers and hours worked. >>> christmas came early for some students. students received a donation of 50 computers. they replaced ones that were stolen back in october. >> we are grateful to get our resources back. >> today's donation comes from various sources. >>> despite the cold people in need of a helping hand started lining up at 5:00 a.m. this morning for the food give away. brian tells us this year workers noticed something different. >> reporter: more than 5,000 bags for the thousands waiting outside. >> this is a tremendous opportunity to give back to the community, to the people we serve. being able to help people out that are less fortunate. >> reporter: thousands of homeless, elderly or those down on their luck braved the co
. it is 10 after the hour. lawmakers don't have a deal on the ifs he cal cliffme-- fiscal. you could be waiting longer for your tax refund. >> plus the founder of america's largest food chain wants to take the federal government to court over the healthcare laws contraception mandate. oo or you can get out there and actually like something. the lexus december to remember sales event is on. this is the pursuit of perfection. as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios >> the funerals will be held later today for two victims of fries school shootling. one of the victims just turned 6 last month. we have the lathes. -- latest. >> the first of these funerals begin later at 1:00 p.m. this afternoon in new town connecticut here this morning. a 6-year-old young jewish boy who was killed friday morning in this unthinkable massacre will be laid to rest it was quoted saying he was a gorgeous, gorgeous boy and he could really get what he wanted by batting those long eye lashes and looking at you with those big blue eyes. y
embrace that challenge. >> uc davis announced former cal running back coordinator ron gould will take the helm next season. a's swril a new face next year, steven drew reportedly signed a deal with the red sox. in 39 games had five homers and drove in 16. signing of a new short stop from japan. so we'll sfee that is coming up tomorrow, this sports report brought to you by mercedes-benz. >> fun game. >> yes. he was. >> what a game. >> possible. >> they beat see. no word yet on9w justin smith who injured his elbow"u;ñ. >> cable channel 13, coming up, engineers take technology back to the basics. the tool helping millions of people feel their future. >> then at 11:00 why renewed calls for stricter gun control following connecticut school shooting could explain a surge in gun sales here in the bay area. it's coming up at 9:00 and 11:00 on abc 7 news. >> what is this edition of abc 7 news here at 6:00. >> from the entire abc 7 news team, thanks for joining us. >> we appreciate your time. hope to see you at 9:00 and 11:00. blp this is "jeopa please welcome today's contestants -- a clothing
reactionary but the laws have no impact. >> reporter: gene hoffman is the chair of cal guns and fights for gun rights. but he does not believe bans on assault weapons or other gun parts are the way to prevent violence. >> if we're serious about trying to make these things stop happening, we have it notice that they always happen in what are gun free zones. certainly i don't know that we are going to be able to get guns in schools. maybe we can do that with police officers. but my gosh, why can't we have tasers for administrators and teachers? >> reporter: leland yee says part of the reason his bullet button ban failed last year is because it could be happened by the state attorney general, kamala harris. her spokesman said today that that may be true but she said it would be a losing battle if she changed regulations and the better more effective way is to go through the state legislature. so we'll see, liz. >> thank you. >>> the shooting in connecticut may have prompted the biggest turnout ever for a bay area gun buy-back. oakland police say they got 596 weapons on saturday including three as
custody of 10-year- old jeanell. jassmin was working and when she got into cal and started commuting, jeanell was often alone. >> no one was there to protect me or no one really cared even though really my sister really, really cared and i appreciate her so much for that. >> reporter: but jeanell was struggling. her grades dropped to a 1.7. that's when the sisters moved to berkeley and jassmin gave jeanell a talk. >> even though you have some bad points in your life, you don't make that keep your down. you have to keep going. >> reporter: jeanell decided to make a change. >> if my grandma, if my mom, if my sister could do it all, then i can, too. and if i have gone this far, then i could go even further. >> reporter: her grades climbed to a b average. she took harder classes. >> she is amazing. she laughs more. she smiles all the time. >> reporter: when jeanell turns 18 her social security survivor benefits will end. she is not sure what she will do then. but she does know one thing. >> i don't want to give up and i want to be successful. and i don't want anything to stop me from tha
. rain from seattle to southern cal. snow in the cascades, rockies. morning rain in the northeast. and light snow in northern new england. >>> finally from us this morning, the school shooting tragedy in connecticut is touching lives, not only here in the northeast. but really across the country. >> the expression of support are even coming in from around the globe. and the response has been incredible. wabc's lucy yang has the story. >> reporter: if it is any comfort, newtown does not suffer alone. look at this flower shop. they have received orders for bouquets from around the world. >> we got some from germany. we got some from new britain. where else? california. florida. kansas. any place you can think of, we've gotten a call. >> reporter: at the post office, so many letters and notes have come in. a special box has been set up for a mountain of notes for the families. the firehouse which was the emotional epicenter for parents looking for their children on that morning, received 26 breathes from a christmas farm in oregon. mike made simple crosses for each victim. and delive
-- >> believe in the hip okay lipt cal fantasy land. >> stephanie: rocky in new jersey. hi rocky. >> caller: hi, guys, number one fan out here in new jersey. i'm one of your retired teachers. we had talked before. you don't want me to shoot a gun. you really don't. i'm in there. i'm there to teach kids. and you know what? if i heard one more time about a kid finding a gun and shooting himself, you know how many we've had in our school from that? people ought to show them the pictures. this is what you're supporting. show them the poor babies with bullet-ridden bodies. you know why the gun was not illegal? because it didn't have a grenade launcher. >> stephanie: yeah. >> are we out of our minds? are we losing our minds here? >> stephanie: rocky i have to say, it particularly galls me after all of the teachers i talked to and all of this union bashing and cutbacks and teacher bashing that the republicans have done in state after state and you know, they want cutbacks and they want this and they want that. really?
into the sandy hook elementary school minutes after the cal went out. >> when i saw that officer penna had a rifle, i kind of told him, you're in front, buddy, and the heroism he displayed just to get in front of us -- >> the gun powder smoke in there is nothing i ever want to smell again because it was just overwhelming. >> what were you hearing at that point? >> silence. there was no noises. >> the quiet was deafening. every second seemed like an hour. >> i never experienced fear like that ever. it was -- i mean it was free-falling almost. >> reporter: the officers made their way through the kitchen and into the lobby. >> that's when my world came crashing in on me because i saw the victims there and i knew this wasn't a joke, this wasn't -- this was real and we had somebody that was murdering people in there. we knew that we couldn't help them because they were beyond that. you just wanted to be fake. your mind keeps telling you that this is not real. >> reporter: what's been the hardest part of this for you? >> we're supposed to run toward danger. that's what we do. so i don't really c
po policies where the rhetoric cal mouths are. >> if you look at the plan that they are raising to the president, $2.2ç trillion in eligibility medicare age. the plan that ryan is a part of, the team pushing this plan doesn't speak to the rhetoric that he gave in that speech last night. >> well, you know, you brought up sununu in your comment james and last time i was here i said romney and karl rove need to run off into the sunset together. they are yesterday's party and it's scary to think that this guy was romney's top surrogate speaking all over the place for him. that's probably why he failed. but it's irrelevant to talk about these voices because that's not the future. you do have to give it some time. of course they are going to put out exactly what they want. they know that they are not going to get everything that they are asking for but they are going to put out everything that they can. obviously we're going to come to some sort of deal and i'll keep pointing to the fact that it's going to take time and it's going to take time for our leaders, or lack thereof to fin
into the california aqueduct. cal- trans was on scene cleaning that up. byron road was shut down, so the highway patrol could investigate. the u.s. supreme court today agreed to review propostion eight. the state's ban on same-sex marriage. the justices also agreed to take up another related case - the federal defense of marriage act. their decisions aren't expected to come until june. until then. the state ban >> and newly released court documents reveal a very dark picture of a former albany middle school teacher accused of engaging in lewd and lascivious acts with at least one of his former students. izumizaki sent thousands of text messages. pictures and videos. to the girl. which lead to an intimate relationship between the izumizaki took his own life >>pam: new at eight. richmond police have released a pair of sketches of a man wanted for abducting and sexually assaulting two women. and attempting to kidnap a third. within the past six kron-4's jeff bush is in richmond tonight with the new details. jeff? >> this 23 to street corridor is his hunting ground. there are two different police sk
removed from in front of a campus dorm. cal students we spoke with have mixed reaction to the proposed ban. >> it doesn't mean i always send stuff to the salvation army, we've been kind of supportive of that but i didn't know they were anti-gay or homophobic so that's makes it questionable. >> donating to the salvation army doesn't mean your prejudiced against gays and lesbians, it just means you want to help people. >> in a statement to abc7 news, the charity says, quote, the salvation army believes all people are equal, regardless of sexual orientation. we firmly oppose mistreatment of those persons. reporting live, abc7 news. >>> thank you, career. >> yesterday afternoon in oakland on third street between broadway and frankly was the third homicide this weekend in oakland. john alston said the shooting has raised concerns about growing crime in oakland. >> nearly four hours after the killing the victim's body was removed and oakland police opened up third street between broadway and franklin. the mid-afternoon shooting took place place a few blocks to the entrance of the square where sh
. that could be part of the solution. >> eliot: joining me now is ruth marcus,cal almostist editorial writer fog the "washington post," and "new york times" washington bureau chief david leanhardt. thank you for joining me.: is this a strategic ploy for the republican party to remain strategic cohesiveness on this issue. >> no, i don't think it's a strategy. except on the part of the people like senator corker deviating from republican orthodoxy. the republican position has been no new taxes. that's the highest of the theology and first commandment no matter what, thou shalt not raise marginal tax rates. i think it's significant and very positive that some of the saner voices are talking about the prospect of raising top tax rates. it started, and now you have the schisms between bill kristol blast the weekly standard and one hand and the wall street journal editorial page on the other. i think this is going to be a developing story on the republican side. >> eliot: i'm trying to figure out how to carry this theological metaphor. >> it might be better to stop. >> eliot: i'll use another one
susan rice. either she made the decision -- to the fits cal cliff. she decided to jump off or was shoved off but she has taken her name out of consideration for secretary of state. should president obama have encouraged her to stay and fight the good fight? 866-55-press. back to that in just a second. it's that time of the year when your credit card gets a little thinner because you are using it so much swiping it so much and findtion it hard to pay those bills at the end of the month. if you are looking to earn some extra money each month, something you ought to consider is income at home.com. they are america's leading work-from work-from-home business doing business in over 80 countries. they know what they are doing and are offering you an opportunity you can readily take advantage of no matter your age, education or experience. earn money from your own kitchentable 247. so, you ought to at least try it. check it out if you are sick of living paycheck to paycheck and worried about job security or retirement. if your goal has been to open so
. 23 in the first. stanford losing on the road, they're now 7-4. story nowhere near the same for cal. i kind of toyed with uc santa barbara for the most part led by 22. freshman tyrone wallis had a dozen. you will see him work he had a double-double himself. works the baseline. got the reverse lay up to go, 10 points, 10 rebounds and the bears are 7-3. and you know what, you've only really arrived in the nfl as a quarterback these days after you have a rap tune written for you. everyone if it is by a 5-year- old. collin kapernick you are the it man for the 49ers right now. have a listen. >> ♪ >> not too bad. five years old, that's the sporting life for a tuesday night. we're just going to let her be nameless and she'll probably make a big name for herself but we'll let her do it on her own. i don't want her to get bombarded by e-mails. >> yeah, she had the tattoos on her arm just like kaepernick. i hope they are fake. thank you for joining us on ktvu news. we hope you can join us tomorrow morning. >> and we're always here for you at ktvu.com and mobile ktvu.
the suspect as a 24-year-old who is a college student at cal poly and arrested in east hollywood and his father allowed police to search the home and they found the nine guns. we are talking two rifles, a shotgun, and six handguns and loads of ammunition. police were asked about how serious they believed the let is. >> we certainly take all threats like that seriously. he is in jail on half a million bail. we take it seriously but especially in light of what happened in connecticut we will do everything we can to keep lossance safe. >>trace: this were no suspected bad behavior in his criminal history at all and we should note, they did not find any weapon inside his home just at his parent's home. >> this school district has to respond. what are they saying? >>trace: it helps here if los angeles that most of the schools in los angeles county are on holiday break. the schools that are not on break and that are in session are getting stepped up police patrols. the high schools southern california already have police officers on campus and new this is talk of expanding that to middle school
not have muf ned cal exam -- enough medical examiners and will ask for help. >>> thank you. as timon reported the shooter has been identified as adam lanza. this is a picture of him from 2005 abc news reports he gained access to the school by breaking a glass window near the front door. a few hours from now a prayer vigil is expect to do take place in san francisco as the aids memorial grove. vigils popped up all over the country including this one at mill valley where 20 people turned out to remember the victims in connecticut. we have more on another vigil held in walnut creek last night. >>> this candlelight vigil came together within just a few hours. organizer ashley month refelt compelled to do something after watching news reports through out the day. >> our hearts are broken but when we gather here like this it shows our spirits aren't broken. >> among those in the crowd were elementary aged students. >> did you hear it through a friend or on the phone? >> i heard it from my mom. >> his mother tells me he had a conversation with them about the shooting in connecticut when she
today for the young victims of the sandy hook tragedy and cal >>> a new storm has arrived in the bay area but a larger storm is on the way. >> first funeral in sand newtown is under way. >> and students will return to bay area and we'll learn more about the safety plans that are now underway. >> thanks for joining us. >> i'm eric thomas. let's get a look at the weather we were showing you on live doppler 7-hd. is it raining across the bay area. >> pretty much. a lot of us are receiving rain,
viral online today seems silly and pointless, this has the ability to show off man's better side and cal state east bay professor grant keyan says this is the real power of social networks. >> but the media certainly enabled us to in a sense grieve together and recognize, you know, in a kind of ritualistic sense that we all do care and this we are expressing some concerns as a society for what has happened. >> just kind of affirms that there is good in people and that we all could have an outlook where things are better. >> reporter: and while 26 acts of kindness won't change the world, they may change the way we feel about it. in walnut creek, john ramos, cbs 5. >>> thousands of people lined up in san francisco today just to get groceries for a holiday meal. they started waiting well before dawn for the glide grocery bag giveaway. glide memorial feeds the hungry every day of the year but says today was a little different. >> touching to be able to see people are so appreciative to be able to get, you know, a great meal that they can be able to serve to the families and understanding h
will be the last of his career before heading to cal to run the spread offense for new coach sonny dykes. marin catholic 14-1, he says the cats have got to get to 15. >> i think we are the better team. i think we'll be more prepared. they are obviously a very good team. they wouldn't make it this far. our brotherhood and unity will shine and i think we'll come out on top. >> all right. and good news for you raider fans. the game is sold out with the chiefs on sunday. >> yeah! >> it will be seen here on cbs 5 just after 1:00 and after the game of course we'll have our fifth quarter post-game show, full recap, with myself, dennis o'donnell, and big robust lovable jeremy -- [overlapping speakers] >> teddy bear. >> good to hear they sold out. >> yes. >> they try to finish up strong. the 49ers and patriots. that will be the nightcap. >> two big games this weekend. >> thank you. >>> a quick programming note for you. cbs news will present a one- hour special report tonight on the newtown school shooting beginning at 10:00 and it it will be followed immediately by eyewitness news at 11. >> all right.
that looks good in downtown san jose. there goes cal train. 15 minute delay there is. bay bridge toll plaza is right. if you are driving on the peninsula to the airport that should be pretty good. let's go to rosemary. >>> really dumping over parts of the north bay. take a look at this. if i get in just a little closer, we've got pretty good rain falling over areas near san rafael and fairfax and mill valley. just take it easy. it will be breezy and wet. back to you. >>> coming up on mornings on 2, we will have more on how people around the nation and beyond pause to mark the tragedy in newtown, connecticut half an hour ago. >>> also sfo bracing for a busy holiday travel day and more bad weather move into the bay area. stay right here with us.
.m. -- fairs begin at 8 p.m. and end at 6 in the morning. cal train will add extra trains southbound after midnight until 2:15 a.m.. those rides are also free. >> redwood city police announced an operation silent night for tomorrow night's new year's eve. the department says it hopes to reduce random gunfire through education and prosecute people using firearm toes make a holiday. the redwood city officer said they will be using their shot spotter gun low karnt system to pinpoint where are -- locator where guns are being used. >>> when it comes to the lottery, some say it's gentlemanling -- gambling, others say it's an investment strategy. lottery is up hoping to be that 1 m a -- 1 in a million winner. here's the story. >> in states across the nation, lottery sales were 35ing and according to the experts, it has -- thriving. it has a lot do with the economy. even when times are tough, lottery rakes in the dough. >> they have dreams and they were apparently living out those dreams through the lottery. >> fiscal 2012 saw lottery sales jump 9% which itself was up 7% from 2010. >> we respond b
to answer the hoax cal. >>> northern virginia -- all julie carey found out, new money for transportation is also going to be in focus. >> ply mae is that it's time to act now. >> that was governor bob mcdonnell's pitch to lawmakers to use the upcoming session to get behind the plan to boost transcription funding, but he hasn't revealed how he -- as -- he focused on shifting a half cent towards highway maintenance. those general fund dollars usually go towards things like schools, public safety and social services. >> i'm going to encourage the speaker and lead ner both houses to act now. we're out of excuses. kicking the can down the road is not a solution. >> before he details the plan, he's getting pushed back, not just coming from democrats. the house speaker is skeptical about a short legislative session, whether it provides enough time for big reforms. >> i certainly didn't say it's dead on arrival. it's a big issue that you have to do a lot of consensus building to get it passed, i think. >> democrats welcome the governor's focus on transportation funding, many of them say raising
unsend cal unironic, straight ahead heartwarming story. apply a corporate climber who is on the fast track and i have to learn to dance for the company christmas party. i go take waltz lessons and fall in love with my teacher. it gives up the idea that happiness comes with a paycheck and it's really about a matter of the heart. it's exactly one of those hall mark themes rolled into one with little dancer tloen thrown in. sdmrsz -- one a little dancer thrown in. >> are you a dancer? >> i am. i didn't dance at all before the movie. i had to learn how to waltz. you learn things you just wouldn't in your normal life. i wanted to know how to dance but had a fairly typical male resistant and inhibition to it. i had to learn for the movie. i was terrible at it at first and for quite a long time. eventually the penny dropped and i loved it. there's something about the formality of it. i like that. >> identify i identify with that because having to dance for a family a wedding several years ago my wife and a i went and took dance lessons. it did not come easily to me. if you were back on the
. we have the executive director of brewster cal. great to have you back on the show. what do you think of this plan? >> well, you know, the comedian lewis ck does a routine when we're flying, we all should be saying can you believe it, we're flying? the miracle of human flight. melissa: that is not how it goes. that is not how it goes. we all get nickelld and dime and furious. is it a marketing scheme or do you think, because that's your expertise? or do you think this is the new frontier and this is how it will go from this way forward? >> i think it will go from this way forward if it works. kudos to american airlines. my dad was in the air force. when i was a kid we had to dress up to fly. melissa: yeah. >> the romance of flight is over. the glamour is gone. america knows, let's give people what they want and some people hate being nickeled and dimed to death. pay for a drink. pay for to you carry your bags on. pay for you not to carry your bags on. pay to change your flight. you pay once. a lot of people will like that. melissa: i had to break down the numbers to see what they were
got put through the metaphor cal meat grinder. it was horrible. falling from $17 to $4. as the company came into 2012 the ball was set very low. when the expectations are that low, even lousy results can take the stock hire as long as they aren't downright pitiful. last year sales nowhere near good. but in line with the street's expectations and not absolutely hard which was good enough to give the stock some lift at these levels. even though max has rallied this year, it climbed from $17. it still has a way to go before it's back to even. when you look at it in that context, this rally doesn't seem insane. office max has been trying to get its house in order. it announced it was reinstating its two cent per share quarterly dividend. not much. the stock yields about 1%. it also told us it was conducting a comprehensive capital allocation review. designed to simplify its balance sheet. a couple of important elements here. office max got caught up in the terrible lehman bankruptcy. they had bonds backed by lehman connected to timber assets. the courts resolved this in september. office m
in the troubled corners of the globe. thousands of the faithful greeted pope benedict xvi today at his cal bony overlooking st. peter's square. in that timeless setting, the pontiff issued a new appeal for an end to violence especially in syria. >> may peace be for the people of syria, deeply wounded and divided by a conflict which has not spared even the defenseless and reached innocent victims. >> ifill: pilgrims also flocked to the holy land for christmas mass in bethlehem's church of the nativity believe to be the site of the jesus' birth. to the east in iraq security was tight outside a church in baghdad. armed police searched everyone who arrived for the christmas day service in a bid to prevent attacks by islamic militants. but sectarian violence did erupt in nigeria for the third christmas in a row. gunmen killed at least five worshippers in the northeast where the radical islammist sect has staged repeated attacks. back in this country, memories of violence and loss were still fresh in newtown, connecticut. as townspeople filled trinity episcopal church on christmas eve. the pastor foc
you are in front of a gastro no, ma'am cal experience. this is something like only one can tell himself. it's people that when they are in front of a picasso painting they cry. you saw the people that they walk by and without even looking and it's the same painting. >> rose: and that's the way you have to approach food that individually it has to touch you as an individual. >> ( translated ): we are in a moment where everyone is the ones that they're going to be charge n charge of what is going to be happening. because people are the ones that they're going to be deciding what is really emotional. especially when we are talking about avant-garde cooking. because avant-garde cooking is no reference. it's something very visceral, very animal. and you feel it when you eat a good meal, a traditional meal you have a previous reference with something you had before okay, this was system to the thing i had in paris or the thing i ate in barcelona. you have her reference. but when you have in front of you a dish of avant-garde cooking you have no rest. you think new another planet. and
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